Exploring The Natural World With Baltimore's Brightest

Some lessons are better taught outside of the classroom.

Published November 18, 2015

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That’s exactly what students in our Henry Hall program discovered this summer after spending a week exploring the Chesapeake Bay, canoeing on the Susquehanna River, observing sea turtles in Florida and researching the rocky shorelines of Maine! 




Established in 1982, the National Aquarium’s Henry Hall Endowment Fund provides educational opportunities for students who attend or are graduates of Baltimore City Public School System. The program aims to provide educational and career opportunities for students interested in marine and environmental science. 

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The Henry Hall program is made possible through philanthropic donations from generous individuals and organizations. To lend your support, visit aqua.org/donate.

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